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Welcome to the public entry page for the EPA RTP Retirees' web site.
The full site is intended as a communication link for an informal group of alumni of the US Environmental Protection Agency in the Research Triangle Park area. This group is not associated with the US EPA and is not an advocacy group.  Although our full web site is private and can only be viewed by registered members, this page gives a brief description of our group,  an overview of the site, and instructions on how to sign up as a member.

What is the EPA RTP Retirees Group?

We are an informal group of retired and former employees of the US Environmental Protection Agency in Research Triangle Park. Our group is not associated with EPA and is not an advocacy group. Our primary purpose is to provide a communication link for our members. We currently have about 100 registered members

Does the group have meetings?

We typically meet 3 or 4 times a year. The meetings can be either technical or social. Specific examples of our meetings would include (1) a luncheon at the RTP EPA building followed by a technical presentation on climate change with a focus on mitigation issues, (2) an insider's tour of the new North Carolina Nature Research Center in downtown Raleigh, and (3) a visit the Carolina Tiger Rescue wildlife sanctuary in Pittsboro. Our next meeting will be in May and include a tour of the Kellam-Wyatt farm operated by two of our members. This will be a good opportunity to learn more about the local sourcing food movement. This farm is located in Raleigh and was recently featured in Walter magazine http://www.waltermagazine.com/at-the-table-farms-of-our-own/ .

What information is on the web site?

This entry page is public and just contains overview information. The full web site is only available to registered members and contains more detailed information such as a What's New section highlighting recent additions to the site, a listing of members, meeting minutes, contributed retiree photos, and an In Memoriam section.

How do I reach the full web site?

If you are already a member just click here (Note: if you haven't signed in to your Google account you may be asked for the e-mail address and password you used.)

If you are a new member, click here and you will reach our registration page.   How to become a member




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